Wertheim Safes Of Austria. Established 1852.
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Ex Height: 474
Ex Width: 605
Ex Depth: 522
In Height: 360
In Width: 495
In Depth: 310
Weight [kg]: 190
Capacity [L]: 55
Suggested Cash Rating: $60,000
GRADE: Certified EN 1143-1 Grade 2
Equivalent to AS/NZS3809:1998 Grade 2
Bolt Down Facility: yes
Price: $2,691.30 + gst
[incl GST]: $3,095
Fire Resistance: 1 Hour fire resistance for documents only (LFS60P)
AS/NZS 3809:1998 & EN1143-1 Standards approved Safe Information
We have a number of enquiries from customers that require a safe that meets the AS/NZ3809:1998 standard, and there is some mis-understanding of what this standard is.
This is a Standard for the classification and performance testing of safes to intrusion resistance and removal. Safes that have met this standard have been submitted to an authorised independant testing laboratory (eg.VdS, CNPP) and has passed a physical attack test in a particular grade (from 1-6 for safes) and an anchoring strength test.
You can clearly identify these safes as they will have the Australian standards mark label on the inside of the safe door or an ECB-S, VdS, CNPP or LPCB label to EN1143-1(The European standard EN1143-1 is the benchmark for safe standards and the AS/NZS standard is copied from this )
These labels will have the Grade, year of manufacture, weight etc printed on them. You will also be able to obtain copies of grading certification from your safe supplier.
Safes are graded currently from grade 0 to grade 6 and strongroom doors up to grade 13. (With a few exceptions grade 5 is currently Bank/Jewellers level.
The grading is a way of measuring the resistance a safe has to a physical attack. Each grade has a resistance value that needs to be achieved in a set time dependant on the attack tools used. Both a partial and complete access hole are tested. A partial access hole is approximately the size of a mans fist reaching into a safe to steal the contents. A complete accesss is ultimately opening the safe door.
The list below should give you a good idea of what safe grade is appropriate for the value of contents being stored inside.
Grade 1– Cash Rating $45,000 standalone
Grade 2– Cash Rating $60,000 standalone
Grade 3– Cash Rating $100,000 standalone
Grade 5– Cash Rating $250,000 standalone
Grade 5KB/CD– Cash Rating $375,000 standalone (additional core drill resistance)
Not all safes are created equal and a grade 0 safe is not suitable to store valuables worth over $100,000 even if it has been tested and certified to the Australia/New Zealand standard.
Below is a current list of safes that are “Officially” Tested and Certified to the European EN1143-1 and the Equivalent AS/NZS3809:1998 standard currently available in stock
Wertheim AG & AP Series Grade 1 (EN1143-1)
Wertheim BG & BP Series Grade 2 (EN1143-1)
Wertheim CM Series Grrade 3 (EN1143-1)
Wertheim KB Series Grade 5KB (EN1143-1)
Auckland Safe and Lock are the country’s leading supplier of High Security Safes and Vault doors. We have extensive knowledge of the European (EN1143-1) and New Zealand standards (AS/NZS3809:1998)
Call us to discuss your safe requirements.
Office +64 9 620 6049, After Hours +64 9 626 6910
We have a selection of these safes on display at our showroom and all safes are available from our suppliers (some with a small lead time).
Visit our safe showroom at Unit 3C, 76 Carr Rd, Mt Roskill.
We are open Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm. We accept cash, cheque, EFTPOS, Visa and Mastercard.
Come to our showroom and view the range of Wertheim Safes of Austria. Wertheim have 150 years experience in the design and manufacture of Safes and Vaults.
The Wertheim AG Series Safe is great for the home to protect your valuables. We personally deliver and install the Wertheim AG and BG series safes in your house using our un-marked vans.